“Enjoy exciting dive sites during a stay at True Blue Bay Resort, a small family-run, boutique, diver-dedicated resort,” says Dive Worldwide, whose package enables visitors to find out more about the island’s organic and ethically produced cocoa and chocolate.

There will be the chance to learn how Grenada’s chocolate artisans craft their famous ethical “tree to bar” products, and to visit cocoa farms nestled in the island’s lush rainforest. 

The resident dive operators are Aquanauts Grenada, offering daily boat dives and courses ranging from Bubblemaker to speciality courses such as Deep Diver and SDI Solo Diver, plus TDI training.

 Local dive sites include a wide variety for all experience levels.

 “Grenada is renowned for its large portfolio of wrecks, the most famous being the Bianca C dubbed the ‘Titanic of the Caribbean’, while San Juan and King Mitch attract plenty of pelagic species including nurse sharks.”

 “Diving highlights include Dragon Bay, Happy Hill and the Sculpture Park, all with plenty of marine life to observe (moray eels, lobster, eagle rays and turtles) and sites are suitable for all. Experienced divers can enjoy a day trip to Isle de Rhonde (weather permitting) famous for its steep walls covered in fans and colourful sponges as well as plenty of pelagic marine life encounters.” 

 Prices from £1675 include return flights from London, airport transfers, 7 nights’ B&B accommodation, 5 days’ diving (10 dives), tanks and weights.